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ACROSS

1. Elec­tri­cal wiring sys­tem 6. Frosted, … glass 11. Cud­dles, em­braces 13. Set­tle, … the ar­gu­ment 15. Full up af­ter eat­ing 17. Say­ing, … makes the heart grow fonder 18. Ac­tress, … Watts 20. Deer meat 22. Chest bone 25. Di­min­ish, re­duce 27. Big-hearted 28. Artists’ tripods 29. In­side, an … event 31. Swine 32. On the mar­ket, up for … 34. Con­vent sis­ters 35. Shade of colour 37. Suds, froth 38. Makeshift wooden boat 40. Dodge, elude 43. Dis­patches 45. Gar­den crea­ture in a shell 47. Af­ter a while, … on 48. Res­cue from dan­ger 50. Noth­ing more or bet­ter, a … tri­fle 52. Com­puter bil­lion­aire, Bill … 53. Fine silky net fab­ric 54. Bur­glar, home … 55. Empti­ness be­tween gal­ax­ies 58. Ag­ile and nim­ble 60. Edges of the mouth 62. Cir­cuit of a track 64. Fish-eat­ing bird of prey 67. Church chant 69. Takes note, … the warn­ing 70. NT na­tional park

71. Ea­gle­rock band, … Cool 74. Small packet, … of sugar 75. Bulge out in the wind

76. Mur­der­shewrote ac­tress, … Lans­bury 77. Toy gun, wa­ter … 78. Com­plete disor­der, havoc 81. Judicial build­ings 82. Bol­ly­wood’s coun­try 83. In­spect, ex­am­ine 86. Cavalry swords 89. Jour­ney stage 91. Anna’s sis­ter in the Dis­ney film Frozen 93. Be in front, take the … 95. Nancy Si­na­tra hit, …Boots Are­made­for­walkin’ 98. Qualify, … you to en­ter the con­test 99. Overtly mas­cu­line 101. Sight-re­lated, … nerve

103. Black­swan ac­tress, … Ku­nis 104. Lit­tle­miss­sun­shine star, … Collette 105. Open­ing stroke in ten­nis 107. Browny-yel­low shade 109. Make hap­pen, … an ac­ci­dent 112. Cin­ema walk­way 114. Ad­just to the cor­rect pitch, … the guitar 115. Be­come limp and floppy 117. Ob­serve 118. Gloomy-look­ing 120. Waist­coat 121. One-time tal­ent show, Aus­tralian… 122. Chase af­ter 124. Al­lowed por­tion 127. Den­ver’s US State 128. Dangerous, … prac­tices 130. Ex­tra per­for­mances 133. Not lis­tened to, their pleas went … 136. No longer asleep 137. Mesh fab­ric 138. Med­i­cal term for a new­born baby 139. Nuts used in marzi­pan 140. Song, …Wil­liseeyou Again? 141. Most bizarre 142. Ben­e­fi­cial things, lit­tle …

DOWN

1. In a slap­dash way 2. Thick cords 3. Not level or smooth 4. At that time, back … 5. Barks shrilly 6. Cit­rus fruits 7. Worm­wood-based strong French spirit 8. Put on edge 9. Makes a request 10. Puz­zle-solv­ing aid 11. Red hair dye 12. Quirky stat­uette, gar­den … 13. Turn down, … his ad­vances 14. Fail to please 16. Cared for, … the sick 19. Vi­enna’s coun­try 21. Press clothes 23. Cut to shape 24. Tree sap 26. Colan­der

30. Gla­di­a­tor star, … Crowe 31. Goes ashen 33. Tem­po­rary stop, a … in pro­ceed­ings (3-2) 36. Not threaded 39. Cer­e­mo­nial ta­ble 41. Show­ily creative 42. Net­ball great, Liz … 43. Be­came aware of, … a change 44. Emit­ting a bad odour 45. Aer­ated bath­tub 46. Grows older 49. Dis­tin­guished guest (1,1,1) 51. Di­vi­sion of ge­o­log­i­cal time 56. Oc­cur be­fore in time, … the event 57. Mem­ber of a Slavic group renowned for horse­man­ship 58. En­durance power 59. Atomic power gen­er­a­tor 61. Un­prin­ci­pled 63. Read­ing method in­volv­ing let­ter recog­ni­tion 65. Vis­ual rep­re­sen­ta­tion 66. Forcibly re­moved 67. Put into print, … the story 68. Refers in­di­rectly, … to 72. Very fair-haired, … blonde 73. Mu­si­cal cou­ple 78. Fine French brandy 79. Col­lectable old ob­ject, eg 80. At­trac­tively slim and lis­som 84. Over­act (3,2,2) 85. Choco­late-based drink 86. But­tery bis­cuits, … fin­gers 87. Con­duc­tor’s stick 88. In­scribe us­ing acid 90. Snake­like fish 92. Zo­diac lion 93. Trad­ing out­come, profit or … 94. Be of the same mind 96. Cen­tre of a storm 97. Mes­sage sent on­line 100. Kind qual­ity, ten­der­ness 102. Arena for skaters (3,4) 106. Santa’s lit­tle helpers 108. Large an­i­mal with a horn 110. Dif­fer­ent kinds, … lollies 111. Tran­quil­liser 113. Take out a pol­icy 115. Was clothed in 116. Plant prick­les 118. Ab­nor­mally long spell with­out rain 119. Ill-man­nered 123. Opens the but­tons of 125. Ed­u­cate, in­struct 126. At­lantic or Pa­cific, eg 129. Re­peat, do it … 131. Italy’s cap­i­tal 132. Wash­basin 134. Pars­ley or co­rian­der, eg 135. In­crease poker stake, up the …

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